Hey Granby! Lots to do in September and October

Dino Fest 2016 is going to be pretty special this year!  On Friday September 16th starting at 5 pm at Dufresne Park, the All Town Community Event will begin with the FIREWORKS postponed from the rainy Charter Days.  The event will include entertainment, music and food, and there will be a $5.00 per car parking fee. On Saturday September 17th, on the Common (235 State Street in Granby) the 7th Annual Steeple Run/Walk begins at… Read more »

Gray’s End of Summer Fest – A Harvest Gathering

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Join the fun on Saturday, Aug. 27th at Pennell Park, 24 Main St., in Gray for this new town festival! The day will kick-off at 9:00 am with lots of free events:and participation from numerous local organizations. Participating local organizations include: American Legion Post 86, Friends of  Maine Wildlife Park, Gray Historical Society, G-NG Adult Education, G-NG ATV Club, G-NG Booster’s Club, G-NG Destination Imagination, G-NG HS Brass Quintet, G-NG Lion’s Club, G-NG Optimist Club,… Read more »

25th Annual Chicken BBQ

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Join the First Congregational Church as it celebrates the 25th anniversary of its annual Chicken BBQ. The menu includes 1/2 chicken, baked potato, an ear of corn, homemade biscuits, desserts, and beverages.  the BBQ is scheduled for August 27th at the parish house on Brown Street in Gray. There are 2 seatings at 5 PM and 5:45, and the cost is $10 for adults, and $5 for children under 12 years of age.  The parish… Read more »

Granby Town House Museum Summer Hours

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The Town House Museum will be open on Sundays from 2 pm to 5 pm beginning June 26 and the following Sunday dates: July 10, 17, 24 and 31. August 7, 14, 21, 28, September 17 open from 10 to 4. Please come and see the town history in various displays. Admission is free. Please consider becoming a member or a donor, docent or supporter.

Free Computer Classes in Waterboro, ME

OTELCO is now sponsoring the third in its series of free computer classes.  A six-week computer basics class is being offered at the Massabesic Center for Adult Learning Center in Waterboro.  The class is designed for adults of all ages, and no computer experience is necessary. The class will cover topics such as operating systems, web searching, storing files, e-mailing, safety, etc.  Participants may register for all 4 sessions or choose the ones best suited… Read more »